09.21.2018

Valet Procedures

Valet begins at 8:20 a.m. and is located in the lower parking lot, on the corner of Agua Dulce Road and Frascati Street. iLEAD Agua Dulce offers a convenient valet drop-off system. This is the safest and most efficient way to drop off your learner(s). We strongly encourage all families, regardless of the learner’s grade level, to use the valet system.

In order to keep the learners and families safe before and after school, we ask that you follow these parking lot procedures when driving your child to the iLEAD Agua Dulce campus:

  • Drive slowly and watch for families and children walking through the parking lot;
  • Do not use your cellphones while driving in parking lot;
  • Give your attention to driving and exiting safely;
  • Primary grade children should be accompanied through the parking lot by a parent or older sibling.

Please help us keep the valet line safe and efficient by following these guidelines:

  • Have your child seated so that he/she can exit quickly;
  • Be prepared. Have your child ready to exit with backpack/schoolwork/lunch in hand;
  • Please pull forward and wait for a valet attendant before allowing your child to exit the vehicle;
  • Make sure your child has exited safely and all volunteers are at a safe distance away from your vehicle before you drive away from the valet drop off area;
  • If you need to get something out of your trunk, please park in the parking lot.

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